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Edit Audio Clip(s)

Add Background Music to Video

Newly built-in music library is added for adding background music to a video. Click the music icon in the sidebar to apply music from the resources, wherein you can find various music and audio effects. You can have a listen by double-clicking it. To add the music to the video, download it from the cloud and click the "plus" icon to put it to the timeline.

Create Audio Sequence

Add audio clips to the audio track through a drag-and-drop from the Media Library. You can also right-click the audio clips in the "Media" and choose "Add to Project" to load them to the timeline for audio. They will combine several audio clips together and load all of them to the timeline. Select the file, hold the mouse and move the file forward or backward to adjust its order.

Split Audio Clip(s)

Choose the audio file in the timeline, move the playhead to where you want to cut, click the "Split" button in the Toolbar or you can right-click the file then choose "Split" from the context menu instead to split the audio clip into parts.

Trim Audio Clip(s)

Move the mouse over the edge of the audio displayed in the timeline until a double arrow appears there.

Press and hold the left mouse button and move the mouse left/right to save your desired part from the whole file.

Note: If you want to trim a part in the middle of the audio clip, you have to split it at first.

Detach Audio from Video

Right-click the video clip in the video track, choose "Audio Detach" from the context menu. The audio clip you just detached will show in the audio track immediately. The original video clip is well kept.

Speed up/Slow down Audio

Double click the audio clip in the track to bring out the window in which you can adjust the playback speed of the audio clip. You can also right-click the audio clip and choose "Edit" from the listing to adjust the speed.

Adjust Audio Volume

Double click the audio clip placed in the track. The window in which you can increase/decrease the audio volume will pop up immediately. You can also right-click the audio clip and choose "Edit" from the listing to bring out the editing window.

Audio Fade in/out Effect

Double click the audio clip in the track to bring out the window where you can adjust the second(s) for applying a fade in/out effect. You can also right-click the audio clip and choose "Edit" from the listing to make the settings.